Dad and drugs take Alt-J to music’s big prize P26 ISSUE NO.58
KINGSTON UNIVERSITY AND SOUTH WEST LONDON November 23 - December 6 2012
Kingston student brutally tortured in Iran P24
BYE BYE OCEANA - Kingston’s biggest nightclub loses licence - Club linked to 25 per cent of Kingston’s crime - 200 staff face job losses if club shuts down OCEANA’S doors are set to close forever after a clubber was stabbed to death. Kingston Council this week revoked the 2,400-capacity club’s licence after the second stabbing inside the venue in the last six months. The club tops the list of worst clubs for crime in and around London and is linked to 25 per cent of Kingston’s crime.
Three men have been charged with murder after Jamie Sanderson was stabbed to death at Oceana last month. A Kingston Council spokesman said: “Revoking the licence is the only appropriate response.” The club will remain open for up to three months after it appealed the Council’s decision. FULL STORY P4-5